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Nov 1, 2017 | MYCRONIC (MYDATA) Jet Printer I'm thinkin you can buy a lot of stencils for 200K. If you are worried about floor space, buy frameless, or space saver stencils. Will not jet WS paste.
Oct 9, 2017 | Thank you so much.
Oct 9, 2017 | Thank you for your quick response.
Oct 7, 2017 | Did you check the printing head wearing time? If I remember correct the head needs replacement after
Oct 6, 2017 | MYCRONIC (MYDATA) Jet Printer Has anyone used Mycronic (MYDATA)MY700 or MY600 Jet printer for solder paste printing? We are looking to buy one. Would love your feedback. Specially how the machine works, what it can do and are there any quality problems after printing with jet printer. Thank you so much in advance.
Nov 14, 2016 | Just wanted to ask what is the correct test method i need to do to ensure that my cleaning solvent is still OK to use. This is in particular for stencil cleaning,carriers, pcb etc. I am using a jet cleaner with recirculating solvents.
Jan 27, 2016 | Best Jet Printer? MY600? . However, it has been almost a year since I was told that and they still have not come out with it. We do not have a jet printer but there are times when I wish we did. We buy around 25 stencils every year and I am starting to run out of space to store them. Our volume/revenue is not high enough
Jan 27, 2016 | Best Jet Printer? MY600? You can buy an awful lot of stencils for 200K. Unless you are running "special case" products I'm not sure how the cost can be justified. We get our stencils next day with no added charge. The MY600 must use specified paste chemistries that are not offered by everyone. In addition you cannot jet
Jan 25, 2016 | Best Jet Printer? MY600? I think its sufficiently niche that the only similar product is the Essemtec Scorpion, which is cheaper and slower. However depending on just how low volume you are Essemtecs platform can also pick and place on the same machine (albeit with few jet nozzles) see its Paraquda and Hydra Models. One thing is for sure however a jet printer is going to require more maintenance and be more restrictive with regards to compayible pastes than a Stencil printer. They have their place if you have the right mix of volume, margin and turnaround requirements and I would look at your own figures first to see
Jan 20, 2016 | Best Jet Printer? MY600? We are looking at getting a Mycronic MY600 jet printer or an auto stencil printer. We do low volume, high mix, fast turnaround assembly. Can anyone share their experience with the MY600? Is there any competitors to the MY600 on the market? I'd appreciate your opinions on the jet printer vs
Aug 10, 2015 | Need CPU board for JetStream reflow oven We have a 3-zone reflow even, JetStream, manufactured by Automation Ltd., UK, in 2002. I am looking for a CPU board for it. Is there anyone that can help me find it?
Jun 20, 2015 | MY 500 Jet Printer CAD Conversion Hi all. We have MYDATA MY5OO Jet Printer. We had already used it before. But now when we start to production again after a long time I have problems with CAD Conversion. I forget all of the information about how to start working on jet printer and MY100. I forget how to star, how to create
Feb 11, 2015 | If you are just prototyping, I would probably go with the Jet printer(I think the paste cartridges are very expensive). If you have some casual runs I would use a stencil printer. Actually I would like to have them both - tweak the paste amount with the Jet and then cut the right stencil ;)
Feb 11, 2015 | I knew jet printers where slower but I not that much slower. Right now I have a old Speedline Tech that Im looking to replace. Since Im new to this industry, Im cloudy on which companies make a good quality machine. I have a mydata pick and place, so natural I noticed the my500 jet printer.
Feb 11, 2015 | There isn't going to be much worthwhile used equipment out there if you mean true jetting - it is a pretty recent process. There are lots of used stencil printers out there, so from an up-front cost perspective, stencil wins. Jetting is slow. A high end jet printer might quote a million dots per ! Just like you'll never hit the "rated" speed of a pick and place machine because real boards aren't infinitely simple and infinitely small, so too a jet printer. For a real world case, knock that number down by 50% to account for board transport, alignment, clamping, moving between components and the like. So 13 boards per hour. Now add inspection. 8? With a high end machine, my cycle time with jetting would be seven minutes or so for this board. But that doesn't matter if the printer isn't the bottleneck. This same board has 1500 components on it. So if my real pick and place capacity is less
Feb 10, 2015 | low volume high mix, looking for advice on what i should get, a stencil machine or a jet printer for smt solder paste. used/new and companies i should look into?
Dec 24, 2014 | Hi, I think that the jet printer is going to work for your process - the key with this device is to maintain it really good so you don't get any clogs. These are very fast devices.
Feb 17, 2014 | Does anyone have a company that can do wash profiler? I want something similar to thermal profilers like your Kik and Datapaq but obviously it needs to be water proof. I want to measure temperature and pressure from the jets as part of a weekly SPC check
Mar 21, 2012 | Agee with Hegemon. We also have two machines from ACE. They run most every day, all day. Good machines, great tech support. I would recommend the drop jet option for any no-clean operations as you'll need the extra concentration of flux to make it work.
Mar 21, 2012 | Hello Hunzo, many thanks for your detailed reply! By the way, I am well familiar with the smell of
Feb 27, 2012 | Kirsten jet wave Hello, does anybody use a Kirsten jet wave soldering system? we think of implementation of wave soldering process at our facility and Kirsten jet wave systems with protecting liquid looks pretty attractive to us (N2 is no needed). Can anybody, who has experience with Kirsten systems, tell
Nov 1, 2011 | Agilent TestJet Technology White Paper In the early 1990s, the testing of digital parts became problematical. Previous in-circuit test techniques sought to ensure a correct, functioning part by applying digital patterns, called vectors, to the inputs of the device, and monitoring the outputs that an appropriate set of patterns could be generated; and test probe access to every input and output of the device. The Agilent TestJet technique was patented and introduced by Agilent in 1994 after several after several years of research and refinement. It makes use of a property of most digital ICs in use of the lead frame, and so each can be detected as a separate capacitance. The property that makes this technique interesting for in-circuit test shows up when a device pin is not properly soldered to its trace on the board. In this case, there is an additional capacitor in series with the TestJet capacitor
Aug 3, 2011 | SMT (USA) also offers interesting Inline Printer that can include Jet printing in same machine - print and jet print to give you capability of adding paste after print , great for high mix part type printing - large and small-fine pitch parts. MPM and DEKS now made in China and Malaysia now days as far
May 16, 2011 | This could be the cause. A simple test is as follows: Turn on the clutch for the specific spindle
May 13, 2011 | Hi VicKt! I will check the spindle nozzle changer issue this weekend, and the clutches were replace
May 13, 2011 | And does this problem spindle exchange nozzles in the changer without issues? When was the last
May 12, 2011 | Also... this is ONLY a pick issue? No issues with placement for those that you do successfully pick?
May 12, 2011 | Is this a consistent issue? Have you tried running in "step mode" to see if it's really a handling r
May 6, 2011 | Hi Wrongway! thanks for your comment, I have already checked the air lines seems to be ok! anything
May 6, 2011 | hello Baez check the air line from spindle to the manifold make sure theres no small hole in it. so
Jan 28, 2011 | Milara has a combined Stencil printer + jet Printing ??? Print and then jet print areas not printed or top up prints.
Aug 25, 2010 | hollow jet wave Dear all, Is there anybody who has got experience about the hollow jet wave soldering system? Is it usefull for SMD devices such as fine pitch components and Can it solder components which are on thick PCB's? Thanks.
May 27, 2010 | Milara has released a inline stencil printer with jet printer in same machine - combi functionality. Not as fast in terms of jetting speed as mydata (uses Asymtek jet head) Can print only, jet only or both to say top up paste on certain areas after print...interesting concept.
May 27, 2010 | Ask yourself what advantage do you gain from a 200+K jet printer ? I'm thinking you could buy 1000+ stencils with 200K
May 27, 2010 | As far as I know, MYDATA is the only one with a jet printer in there asortment.
May 26, 2010 | Jet printing * Mydata, 01202 723585 email@example.com . * MicroFab Technologies; 1104 Summit Ave, Suite 110, Plano, TX 75074; David B. Wallace 972-578-8076
Mar 19, 2010 | Thanks for the explanation - it's hard to get any information from UIC when it comes to the older eq
Mar 16, 2010 | GSM2 and FlexJet heads Can you tell me how to distinguish between them? I recently bought a second GSM2. With it I've got two FlexJet heads (dismounted). The serial number of both heads starts with FJ7P, so I assume they are of FJ7 type? The issue is - it seems that the heads need a different type of cabling that I have
Oct 10, 2009 | GSM2 and FlexJet heads I would if someone can share his "real-life" experience with FlexJet (7-spindle) heads. We are currently running machines with Flex heads (4-spindle), which are very easy to maintain, but I suppose 7-spindle has more throughput. All comments are welcome. - Deni
Sep 4, 2009 | Hi Walter, Do you refer to a sprayfluxer operation? The problem seems to be a parameter setting issue. 1. Ensure the wide angle spray reaches PCB with optimum jet pressure. You could pass a glass plate to understand flux coverage and view Jet pressure. 2. Synchronise Nozzle motion with PCB speed
Aug 29, 2009 | Thanks Dave .........can anyone recommend any vendors for water jetting or punching?
Aug 27, 2009 | Common methods used for depaneling flexible circuits are: * Laser * Punching * Water jet
Jun 12, 2009 | Asymtek in-line machine with the Jet head hands-down. And since you will be coating silicone you should virtually have no touch-up after it exits the machine because of the higher viscosity of this material.
Oct 24, 2008 | Hi, In your case definitely go with a pure time/pressure. If you want to make repeatable small dots later - only Archimedian screw. Another way is jet printing technology, which I assume is very expensive and far away from your case. Regards, Emil
Jun 2, 2008 | MyData MY500 Jet Printer Hello everyone, We're looking at the possibility of purchasing the MY500 jet printer from MyData. I've checked out all the features and benefits on the MyData web page however I'd really like some input from anyone who has actually used this machine. How are the actual cycle times? How reliable
Mar 11, 2008 | we use loctite adhesive through our dj2000 valve 2-3 shifts a day 5 days a week I clean the entire
Mar 10, 2008 | If you are running 1 shift 8 hours a day, I would PM the valve at least twice a week depending on di
Mar 10, 2008 | Nordson/Asymtek Jet Dispense DJ2000 Is there anyone out there using a DJ2000 jet dispense head ? I am curious as to how often you are performing your PM's.. Thanks
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Apr 20, 2007 | for our fighter jets (mechanical and electrical) were made in China. This was very chocking to me can you imagine what could happen if China gets ticked off at the USA? Dollar stores closed and fighter jets grounded.